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From the Library of 

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LIBRARY 

LSU MEDICAL CENTER 

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE IN SHREVEPORT 

P. 0. BOX 3932 

SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 71130 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation 



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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL — STUDENT BODY 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Keith J. Peevy 

Lloyd H. Frye 

Edward H. Seeliger, Jr. 

Lawrence H. Bundrick, Jr. 




THRILL 

SECOND EDITION 

1974 




TABLE OF 




CONTENTS 




Acknowledgements 


3 


Message 


4 


History 


5 


Activities 


10 


Faculty 


34 


Graduation 


60 


Seniors 


62 


Juniors 


78 


Sophomores 


82 


Freshmen 


88 


Yearbook Staff 


94 


In Memoriam 


95 


Contributors 


96 


Advertisements 


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LIBRARY 

LSUHSC in S'PORT 



ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 



In its second year of existence / the THRILL has, again, packaged nine months of work, worry, 
sweat, teaching, learning, fun, and recreation into its pages. This colossal feat could not have 
been accomplished without the aid of many. The list of Endowments, Sponsors, and Patrons 
reveals that many are interested in the development and progression of our school. Without 
these friends, our book could not have become a reality. 

Mr. Reggie Graves was a friend, indeed. He gave much time, sound advice, and had a good 
solution for the business-related problems that confronted us. 

Doctor George McCormick was, again, willing to assume the role of faculty advisor. Holding a 
very responsible and unheralded position, Dr. McCormick was always available and readily act- 
ing to help us overcome any obstacles in our path. 

Huson Middleton, Assistant Editor, did a great job on the faculty section, freshman class, and 
advertising section. He was always energetic and ready to work hard. Thanks, Huson, and good 
luck next year. 

Secretaries Debby Murray, Suzanne Sentell, Amy Prather, and Minnie Bible compiled and 
typed many lists, sent out numerous personal and business messages, and arranged business 
and editorial meetings for us. I would especially like to thank Debby for being so hard-working, 
patient, and understanding. Without her organization, management and aid, THRILL would 
surely be of a lesser quality than excellent. 

This year's group of photographers displayed natural inclination and much imagination in their 
efforts. A sincere thank you is deserved by Larry Hiller, David Walsworth, Cliff Dopson, Ken Har- 
per, Mike Freed, Madge Van Ness, Jimmy Moss, and Mac Fitzsimmons. 

Cliff Dopson did a super job on the cover design, which exhibits skillful application of remark- 
ably fine native ability. 

Thanks goes to Danny Wood for allowing us to use the history that was so superbly concise 
and informative. A great job, Danny. 

I also gratefully recognize the stars of THRILL '74 — the students and instructors of the Medi- 
cal Center for their interest and support. 

Ultimately, I would like to thank my classmates who put me in this position, for it certainly was 
a learning experience. 




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MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN 



The academic year of 1973-1974 has been a busy and eventful one for the School of 
Medicine in Shreveport. Students and faculty alike have been patient and understanding as 
a new Dean settled into his new responsibilities. Several exciting faculty members have 
joined the family and a second senior class has graduated in fine style. Tremendous prog- 
ress was made on our new buildings scheduled for occupancy on July 1 , 1 975 — and funds for the renovation and remo- 
delling of Confederate Memorial Hospital have been approved through the energetic efforts of the hospital administration. 
In difficult times we have fared rather well and have established ourselves as a fully operating and approved school of 
medicine. It is gratifying that a significant and most appropriate degree of student input to substantive issues facing our 
institution has been provided. The Committee on Student Affairs has been increasingly active and effective and a chapter 
of Alpha Omega Alpha, the national scholastic honor society in medicine, has been chartered. 

The aggregate of accomplishments is impressive, and is a direct reflection of the dedication, energy, skill and morale of 
the individuals who make up our student body, our faculty and the many others who work unselfishly to support both. The 
challenge of the years ahead will be to continue our development and maturation while preserving all the invigorating 
elements of the founding years — the sense of family, interest in individuals, pride in what we are doing and in what has 
already been done, respect for fundamental values and dedication to the idea of doing the best job we can as physicians, 
scientists, and students of medicine. "Thrill" can and surely will be an important instrument in meeting this challenge. 





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THE HISTORY OF LSU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE IN SHREVEPORT 

by 
Danny S. Wood 



The 1 00th medical school to be estab- 
lished in the United States was created 
on Monday, May 31,1 965, when Repre- 
sentative J. Bennett Johnston, Jr. of 
Caddo Parish steered a bill through the 
House of Representatives in Baton Rouge 
to found a new medical school in Shreve- 
port. The bill passed, fifty-seven to forty- 
three, in the House, and by June 7 of the 
same year the Senate authorized it and 
Governor John J. McKeithen put the fin- 
ishing touch on the bill with his signature. 
So the Louisiana State University School 
of Medicine in Shreveport was formally 
created in roughly a week — but its 



beginnings go back a little farther — ten 
years, in fact, before the bill ever hit the 
State Legislature. Since 1 955, Dr. Joe E. 
Holoubek had headed a committee of 
the Shreveport Medical Society to get a 
medical school located in Shreveport. 

So in June of 1 965, after ten years of 
work, worry, but always optimism 
dreams were changed to realities and 
work was turned into more work and 
planning. A dean was needed for the 
school, and a dean was acquired — the 
"Dean of Louisiana medicine" — Dr. 
Edgar Hull. Dr. Hull, the associate dean 
of the LSU Medical Center, was named 



interim dean of the new school by Dr. 
William W. Frye, chancellor of the LSU 
Medical Center. A member of the Univer- 
sity's medical faculty for nearly thirty-five 
years, Dr. Hull had been serving as asso- 
ciate dean of the LSU School of Medicine 
in New Orleans since 1 954, and was 
also professor and head of its Depart- 
ment of Medicine. Also in 1 966, Dr. 
George R. Meneely joined Dean Hull as 
coordinator for development of plans 
and programs for the school, acting 
through the position of associate dean. 

Even with this excellent leadership, the 
fledgling medical school needed money 
— $30.5 million to be exact. The pro- 
curement of these funds had its start in 
December of 1 966 when the State Legis- 
lature voted unanimously to finance part 
of the building of the school through a 
$10 million state bond issue. But there 
was still a matter of $20.5 million, which 
was sought from the federal government. 
Dean Hull stated in 1967, "We're work- 
ing against a November 1 deadline for 
getting in our application for federal 
funds. We're working day and night — I 
work all day and the staff works all 
night." Not only can Dean Hull's wit be 
sensed in this quotation, but also the suc- 
cess of his hard work — for in December 
of 1 969 it was announced that the appli- 
cation for $20.5 million in federal match- 
ing funds was approved by the federal 
government. 

Preparations were already underway 
for the school to acquire its first students. 
A contract was signed March 1 8, 1 967, 




for beginning development of the twelve- 
story medical school, the most costly 
state building ever constructed in Louisi- 
ana, to be located immediately adjacent 
to the Confederate Memorial Hospital. 
Confederate, a 1 ,000 bed charity hospi- 
tal, was planned to be used as the medi- 
cal school's instruction center for clinical 
training. Also, in June of 1 967, it was 
announced that the Veterans Administra- 
tion Hospital in Shreveport and all of its 
facilities would be available to the medi- 
cal school. Most of the classes for the first 
two years were planned to be held at the 
V.A. hospital. Research labs, as well as 
classrooms and offices, were set up at 
the hospital. Besides the full-time depart- 
ment heads and instructors beginning to 
be appointed, in February, 1 968, the 
appointment of 138 part-time faculty 
members to the school was announced 
by Dean Hull. All of the part-time 




appointees would participate without 
compensation in the school's teaching 
program. Now that the facilities, staff, 

and administration were beginning to 
take a pleasing form, in September, 
1 969, thirty-two students registered as 
the first class of LSU School of Medicine 
in Shreveport — the Class of 1 973. 

The school grew, not only in faculty 
and administrative size, but also in stu- 
dent number. In September of 1971, the 
third entering class of freshmen was 
hiked from thirty-two to forty students, 
and a six-year program was begun for 
students directly out of high school to get 
a B.S. degree and an M.D. degree all in 
six years. The fall of 1972 marked 
another historical event for the school — 
on September 16, at 4:00 p.m., the 
groundbreaking ceremonies marked the 
start of the L.S.U. Medical School's 



$30.5 million physical complex, com- 
posed of five buildings, on the grounds 
of Confederate Memorial Medical Cen- 
ter. More than 500 persons attended the 
groundbreaking ceremonies, to witness 

the beginning of the most expensive 
building in LSU history. 

The history of the school would not be 
complete without closing with another 
word concerning Dean Edgar Hull, who 
retired from University service on June 
30, 1973. Dr. Clifford G. Grulee, Jr., 
past dean of Cincinnati College of Medi- 
cine, replaced Dr. Hull as the school's 
new Dean. Dean Hull has been a major 
cause for the success of this school's 
growth; and with such a fine beginning, 
the school will undoubtedly continue with 
its full development. The Shreveport Jour- 
nal aptly put it, when on Sept. 22, 1 971 , 
it reported, "With all aspects of the new 
med school added together, the influence 
that it will exert on this area is incalcula- 
ble, and as the years go by and the 
school is enlarged, it very well may be 
Shreveport's greatest single asset." 












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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS: Left to right, Chairman Carlos G. Spaht, John Sherrouse, Jr., A. L. Swanson, Murphy J. Foster, Jimmie H. Davis, William S. 
Peck, Jr., Oliver P. Stockwell, James T. Staples, Gordon E. Dore, Dr. James R. Peltier, Dr. A. Eglin McKeithen, William T. Brown. Not shown are Louis H. 
Padgett, Jr., Sargent Pitcher, Jr. 







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Chancellor William H. Stewart, M.D. 



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ADMINISTRATION 




Clifford G. Grulee, Jr., M.D 
Dean 



Ike Muslow, M.D. 
Associate Dean for Clinical Services 



William T. McElroy, Jr., Ph.D. 

Associate Dean for Admissions 

Student Affairs, and Records 




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Charles L. Black, M.D. 
Associate Dean for Special Projects 



George R. Meneely, M.D. 
Coordinator for Plans and Programs 





Dorothy E. Risinger, M.S.W. 

Assistant Coordinator for Plans 

and Programs 



Robert R. Graves 
Business Officer 



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Louis M. Frazier, M.S.H.A. 
Medical Administration 






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BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 





Guilford G. Rudolph, Ph.D. 
Head 



Robert L. Smith, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor 




Anita C. Olson, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor 



Ralph J. Henderson, Jr., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor 



Kenneth E. Griswold, Jr., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor 



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MEDICAL LIBRARY 





Marilyn D. Miller 
Assistant Librarian 



Mayo Drake 
Librarian and Professor of Medical Bibliography 




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Ann M. Juneau 
Senior Librarian 



Gerald Stevens 
Assistant Circulation Librarian 



Marilyn Willis 
Assistant Librarian 



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MEDICINE 




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George R. Meneely, M.D. 
Professor 



Marion D. Hargrove, Jr., M.D. 
Head 




Ronald B. George, M.D. 
Chief of Pulmonary Section 



Edward R. Eichner, M.D. 
Chief of Hematology Section 



James W. Johnson, M.D. 
Chief of Nephrology Section 



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Kendall From, Jr., M.D. 
Instructor 



C. Joseph Paine, M.D. 
Instructor 



Daniel H. Mattson, M.D. 
Associate Professor 



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MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY 




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Emil Kotcher, Sc.D. 
Head 



Bettina C. Hilman, M.D. 
Associate Professor 





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Richard M. Jamison, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor 



Lucille E. Rasmussen, Sc.D. 
Assistant Professor 



Paul Donaldson, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor 



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Frank T. Kurzweg, M.D. 
Head 




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Joel W. Williamson, M.D. 
Associate Professor 



SURGERY 

Charles L. Black, M.D., Professor 




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Salvatore J. Danna, M.D. 
Associate Professor 



Rodric M. Yeager, M.D. 
Assistant Professor 





Paul B. Daron, M.D. 
Associate Professor 



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OPHTHALMOLOGY 



ORTHOPEDICS 





Louis A. Breffeilh, M.D. 
Head 



Carl G. Goodman, M.D. 
Acting Head 



OTOLARYNGOLOGY 




Jack W. Pou, M.D. 
Head 



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OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 





Edwin E. Dilworth, M.D. 
Acting Head 



Anson H. Stage, M.D. 
Assistant Professor 



FAMILY MEDICINE AND COMPREHENSIVE CARE 



lkeMuslow,M.D. 
Acting Head 





Robert E. Rushing, M.D. 
Comprehensive Care 




Melvin F. Johnson, Jr., M.D. 
Man and Medicine 



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PATHOLOGY 




Albert G. Smith, M.D. 
Head 



Irwan D. Sanusi, M.D. 
Assistant Professor 





Warren D. Grafton, M.D. 
Associate Professor 




George M. McCormick, II, M.D., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor 



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Richard C. Kamm, M.D., Ph.D. 
Instructor 



Ronald Silberman, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor 




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PEDIATRICS 




Joseph A. Little, M.D. 
Head 




Ralph W. Baucum, Jr., M.D. 
Associate Professor 



Richard C. Juberg, M.D., Ph.D. 
Professor 




Clifford G. Grulee, M.D. 
Professor 




Juan Gershanik, M.D. 
Associate Professor 




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Clarence H. Webb, M.D. 
Clinical Professor 



Bettina C. Hilman, M.D. 
Associate Professor 





Victoria L. Herzberg, Ph.D. 
Instructor 



John R. Dixon, M.D. 
Assistant Professor 



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PHARMACOLOGY 





Charles D. Wood, Ph.D. 
Professor 



Helmut M. Redetzki, M.D. 
Head 



Richard Don Brown, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor 




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Ann B. Wilkes, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor 



Barbara R. Manno, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor 




Joseph E. Manno, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor 




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PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOPHYSICS 




George R. Meneely, M.D. 
Head 



William T. McElroy, Jr., Ph.D. 
Professor 





RufusF. Walker, Jr., Ph.D. 
Professor 



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Francis S. Knox, III, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor 




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Thomas J. Sernka, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor 






Michael D. Svoren 
Instructor 



Harold D. Battarbee, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor 



Kermit A. Gaar, Jr., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor 




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PSYCHIATRY 





Karr Shannon, Jr., M.D. 
Acting Head 



John N. Richie, M.D. 
Assistant Professor 




Douglas W. Greve, M.D. 
Clinical Assistant Professor 



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RADIOLOGY 




Erich K. Lang, M.D. 
Head 





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John L. Greer, M.D. 
Associate Professor 



George R. Grimes, M.D. 
Associate Professor 





Mary J. Wood, M.D. 
Assistant Professor 



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UROLOGY 





Burdette E. Trichel, M.D. 
Head 



Raymond W. Turner, M.D. 
Associate Professor 



FACULTY MEMBERS NOT PICTURED 



Charles D. Hancock, Jr., M.D. 

Clinical Assistant Professor of Family 

Practice and Pediatrics 

Allen J. Herbert, M.D., M.P.H. 

Clinical Assistant Professor of Public 

Health and Pediatrics 

Paul R. Winder, M.D. 

Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine 

Chief of Dermatology Section 

Glenn G. Brooks, M.D. 
Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology 

James D. Boyd, M.D. 
Instructor of Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Frederick R. Kirchner, M.D. 
Instructor of Ophthalmology 

Edward L. Domingues, M.D. 
Instructor of Orthopedics 

Larry A. Cowley, M.D. 
Instructor of Otolaryngology 

Joseph C. Schaefer, M.D. 
Associate Professor of Pathology 



Samuel D. Cummins, M.D. 
Associate Professor of Pathology 

Tyronne S. Cushing, M.D. 
Instructor of Pediatrics 

Margaret W. Delano, M.D. 
Instructor of Pediatrics 

Charles G. Norwood, M.D. 
Visiting Instructor of Pediatrics 

Edward H. Leatherman, M.D. 
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Thomas A. Grant, M.D. 
Clinical Assist. Professor of Radiology 

J. Paul Peters, M.D. 
Clinical Instructor of Radiology 

Phyllis B. Graves, M.P.H. 
Assistant Prof, in Public Health 

Ronnie C. Gregg, M.D. 
Instructor of Surgery 

Tobin H. Grigsby, M.D. 
Instructor of Urology 



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GRADUATION 






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SENIORS 




CLASS OFFICERS 




President 


Aaron C. Polk 


Vice President 


Walworth E. Burge 


Secretary 


William E. Collier, Jr 


Treasurer 


Michael F. Zambie 


Representative to 




Executive Council 


James R. Hundley 






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DAVID D. BRYAN, M.D. 

Blanchard, La. 

Confederate Memorial Medical Center 
Shreveport, La. 




ZACK T. BUCKALEW, III, M.D. 

Pineville, La. 

Confederate Memorial Medical Center 
Shreveport, La. 



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WALWORTH E. BURGE, M.D. 

Lewisville, Ark. 

Confederate Memorial Medical 

Center 

Shreveport, La. 





JOHN M. CARRINGTON, M.D. 

Shreveport, La. 

University Hospital 
Little Rock, Ark. 




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PHILIP LCENAC, JR., M.D. 

Houma, La. 

Menninger's Foundation 
Topeka, Kan. 








WILLIAM E. COLLIER, JR., M.D. 

Kenner, La. 

St. Paul's Hospital 
Dallas, Tex. 



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MARY L. ESCHETE, M.D. 

Houma, La. 

Confederate Memorial Medical 

Center 

Shreveport, La. 




McMURRY FITZSIMMONS, M.D. 

Alexandria, La. 

Confederate Memorial Medical 

Center 

Shreveport, La. 





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DAVID G. GAAR, M.D. 

Baton Rouge, La. 

William Shands Teaching Hospitals 
Gainesville, Fla. 





GARY H. GROFF, M.D. 

New Orleans, La. 

University Hospital 
Jackson, Miss. 



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CARY A. HERNANDEZ, M.D. 

New Orleans, La. 

Lafayette Charity Hospital 
Lafayette, La. 





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DURELLA. HILLER, III, M.D. 
Shreveport, La. 

Fitzsimons Army Hospital 
Denver, Colo. 




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JOHN R. HUMPHRIES, M.D. 

Pineville, La. 

Mobile General Hospital 
Mobile, Ala. 







JAMES R.HUNDLEY, M.D. 

Bastrop, La. 

St. Mary's Hospital 
San Francisco, Calif. 



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STEPHEN R. KEASLER, M.D. 

Dallas, Tex. 

John Peter Smith Hospital 
Fort Worth, Tex. 




KENNETH P. MAUTERER, JR., M.D. 

Olla, La. 

Confederate Memorial Medical 

Center 

Shreveport, La. 





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JAMES S. MAY, M.D. 

Baton Rouge, La. 

Mobile General Hospital 
Mobile, Ala. 




JAMES R. McCUE, M.D. 

Monroe, La. 

Confederate Memorial Medical Center 
Shreveport, La. 



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MARK R. MITCHELL, M.D. 

Alexandria, La. 

Confederate Memorial Medical 

Center 

Shreveport, La. 






KEITH J. PEEVY, M.D. 

Baton Rouge, La. 

Mobile General Hospital 
Mobile, Ala. 





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AARON C. POLK, JR., M.D. 

Monroe, La. 

John Peter Smith Hospital 
Fort Worth, Tex. 





WALLACE G. REYNOLDS, M.D. 

Alexandria, La. 

Brooke General Hospital 
San Antonio, Tex. 



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WILLIAM A. RUSSO,M.D. 

Monroe, La. 

Lafayette Charity Hospital 
Lafayette, La. 






DENNIS A. SMITH, M.D. 

Minden, La. 

Confederate Memorial Medical 

Center 

Shreveport, La. 



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STANLEY J. SMITH, M.D. 

Shreveport, La. 

Methodist Hospital 
Dallas, Tex. 







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JEROME S. SNYDER, M.D. 

Bastrop, La. 

Confederate Memorial Medical Center 
Shreveport, La. 



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MICHAEL P. WATSON, M.D. 

Monroe, La. 

Confederate Memorial Medical 

Center 

Shreveport, La. 



MICHAEL C. WIEMANN, M.D. 

Houma, La. 

Confederate Memorial Medical 

Center 

Shreveport, La. 






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MICHAEL F. ZAMBIE, M.D. 

Monroe, La. 

Earl K. Long Hospital 
Baton Rouge, La. 




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Harris Blackman 



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Brant Casford 
Vice President 



Henry Dupre 



Mike Fleming 




Greg Founds 



George Henderson, Jr. 




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Eddie Johnson, III 




Charles Lace 



Arthur Liles 
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Glenn Sholte, Jr. 



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William Slatten 




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Mike Trant 



Dennis Venable 




Danny Wood 
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Scott Emerson 



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Lloyd Frye 



Brad Garber 




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Larry Hill 



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FRESHMEN 



The family history of the initial year in medical school is forty stories: the stories of the 
forty medical students who participated in that first long year. Certainly none of us reacted 
the same, but for those nine months we were all at least subjected to the same experiences 
with the same courses and professors that make up the freshman year. 

Dr. Reed, the master anatomist and teacher, inspired us so much that we probably 
learned our anatomy more for him than we did for ourselves. Incidentally, that first week in 
Anatomy was the longest. However, we all made it through the week and on through the 
course, one of our best. Concomitantly we were involved with a little thing termed Biometry 
which soon evolved into Dr. Walker's forum for discussions of the "real world." Dr. Claw- 
son and Dr. DeSha taught us histology — the "unreal world?" Then came Dr. Ron Cowley, 
the little ole tract maker. We'll never forget Ron's bilaterality. 

In the winter we finished up our anatomy and were shuffled hurriedly into Biochemistry, 
indeed, and experience, but nothing like the Physiology experience. In Physiology we were 
given so many "keys" and "building blocks" that we could have dammed up the Red River; 
which wouldn't have been such a bad idea because then we could use the "can of worms" 
that was also being passed around. We enjoyed Physiology. 

With all this we make it through the year and after a summer of rest and relaxation with a 
little work on the side, we'll be back in the fall for Round Two. 




CLASS OFFICERS: Front: President, Russell C. Romero; Vice-President, Robert K. Salley; Secretary-Treasurer, Patri- 
cia Babin. Back: Social Activities Chairman, Stephen H. Norman; and Student Representative, Richard C. Adams. 



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IN MEMORIAM 




HUGH CALVIN ILGENFRITZ, M.D. 
Clinical Professor of Surgery 



ROBERT DAWSON HIGHTOWER, M.D. 
Clinical Associate Professor of Orthopedics 




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Many thanks to all of our following friends: 



ENDOWMENTS 



Psychiatric Associates: 

Dr. and Mrs. Dale B. Snow 

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Cunningham (MSW) 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Heacock (MSW) 

SPONSORS 



The Allergy Clinic 

Dr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Baucum, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Black 

The Bone and Joint Clinic 

Dr. and Mrs. C. Elmo Boyd 

Louis A. Breffeilh, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. R. Don Brown 

Dr. and Mrs. Roy S. Bucy 

Dr. and Mrs. Jack E. Carlisle 

Dr. and Mrs. Wynton H. Carroll 

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Deas 

Dr. and Mrs. Warren Founds 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Frazier, Jr. 

Ronald B. George, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Juan J. Gershanik 

Stephen and Carole Glasser 

Dr. and Mrs. Warren D. Grafton 

Reggie and Phyllis Graves 

Doug and Becky Greve 

Dr. and Mrs. Clifford G. Grulee, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Marion D. Hargrove, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. D. A. Hiller, Jr. 

Drs. Alice and Joe Holoubek 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Howell, Jr. 

Mrs. Lila Mae Hvam 

James W. Johnson, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Todd Lafargue 



Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Little 

Dr. and Mrs. John C. Marshall 

William A. McBride, M.D. 

C. H. McCuller, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. George R. Meneely 

Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Norfleet 

Anita C. Olson, Ph.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Fred L. Price 

Chas. R. Rayburn, Jr., M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Adrian Reed 

E. B. Robinson, Jr., M.D. 

George D. Rucker, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Jason C. Sanders 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Sharp 

Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Shepard 

Shreveport Sash and Door Company, Inc. 

Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Silberman 

Dr. and Mrs. Ben B. Singletary 

Geo. Sproull Co., Inc. 

Dr. and Mrs. T. E. Strain, Sr. 

Dr. and Mrs. David C. Swearingen 

Donald E. Texada, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Rufus F. Walker, Jr. 

Paul D. Ware, M.D. 

Western Paper Company 

Dr. and Mrs. Lacy H. Williams 

Drs. Mary and Charles Wood 



PATRONS 



Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Bender 

James R. Bergeron, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Bianca 

Harold R. Bicknell, M.D. 

Dr. Robert E. Braswell 

Dr. and Mrs. Penn Crain, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Lucious L. Davidge 

Dr. and Mrs. David L. DeSha 

Mr. Mayo Drake 

Dr. Michael Ellis 

Dr. J. W. Eschenbrenner 

Heinz K. Faludi, M.D. 

William Wade Fox, III, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Trevor From, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Henry Gallager 

Dr. and Mrs. William R. Giddens 

Dr. and Mrs. K. E. Griswold 

Dr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Henderson, Jr. 

Shirley, Fred, and Danene Hickox 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles S. Holt, Jr. 

Barron Johns, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Melvin F. Johnson, Jr. 

King Orthopedic Group 

Dr. and Mrs. Emil Kotcher 



Dr. and Mrs. Frank T. Kurzweg 

Samuel L. Lieber, M.D. 

W. Michael Monsour, Jr., D.D.S. 

Arey and Murff O'Neal 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Payne 

Roberts. Picard, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Jack W. Pou 

James S. Priddy, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Harold J. Quinn 

Drs. Helmut and Joyce Redetzki 

Dr. and Mrs. Carson R. Reed, Jr. 

David and Diane Reeder 

Dr. and Mrs. Irwin J. Rice 

Dr. and Mrs. Milton I. Rosenzweig 

Dr. and Mrs. Guilford G. Rudolph 

Dr. and Mrs. Karr Shannon 

Dr. and Mrs. Anson H. Stage 

D. C. Swearingen, Jr., M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. J. Paul Swearingen 

T. B. Tooke, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Webb 

Worth S. Wilkinson, M.D. 

James W. Wilson, Jr., M.D. 



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